Let me start by saying, I am exremely grateful for the opportunity to get the chance to share some of my hunting stories and some of what I have learned in the woods. I have lived in the same small town in southern Missouri all my life. I live for the outdoors as I’m sure most of you reading this do.
Hunting, trapping, and fishing are all three of my favorite hobbies, but my number one hobby would have to be whitetail hunting and especially whitetail hunting with a bow.
Growing up, life was all about sports and hunting. In my late teens to early twentys while most of my friends were out cruising town, you could find me hanging out at the ” fur shed” listening to all my dads buddies swap stories of the outdoors.
I’ve been fortunate enough to learn about wildlife from a couple of the best locals in my area. I am a firm believer that the deadliest weapon you can take to the woods is open ears and an open mind. Noone should ever tell anyone how to hunt, but there is a lot that can be learned from other hunters opinions and experiences. We have all had hunting lessons that had to be learned the hard way, that could of possibly been done an easier or better way.
Being able to share those experiences is one of the greatest things about living as an outdoorsman. I am 29 and have been in the woods over 20 years of my life and I am still learning every trip out. I hope you will enjoy my future posts, and if nothing else, find them entertaining.
Always remember, in the world of hunting, opinions are just opinions. Hunt the way you enjoy it the most.